high polymer

high polymer

[′hī ′päl·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
A large molecule (of molecular weight greater than 10,000) usually composed of repeat units of low-molecular-weight species; for example, ethylene or propylene.

high polymer

A substance composed of a large molecule which usually but not always consists of repeat units of the low molecular weight; one having a molecular weight greater than 10,000.
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Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo supplies electrode catalysts that are used in a single high polymer water electrolysis, an important technology for power-to-gas conversions.
It is the first range of products based in polyolefins, with high polymer integration, suitable to be applied by spray at very low temperatures for construction applications.
Tenders are invited for Supply of high polymer modified quick set tile adhesive (water based) of approved make is 15477 marked
The gel effect arised relatively from retardation of termination rate, and monomer diffusion was hindered at high polymer conversion.
This observation becomes more evident for the PHE fillers with low crosslinker and comparatively high polymer content (see Fig.
These include high polymer thermal stability, improved brightness and clarity owing to lower impurity content, a significant net reduction in the overall process energy required to produce plastic packaging and, most significantly, lighter bottles without compromising on bottle strength.
In addition to eliminating antimony oxide, the new catalyst is said to offer high polymer thermal stability, improved brightness and clarity owing to lower impurity content, a significant net reduction in the overall process energy required to produce plastic packaging and lighter bottles without compromising fR on bottle strength.
Plastic-packaging maker RPC Group Plc reported a 5 percent fall in full-year profit as high polymer prices and a weak euro weighed on earnings.
The course looks specifically at the synthesis and properties of high polymer latexes, and will include a balance of theory and applications.
The q values decrease by about one order for composites made by the CM technique and even more than 50 times for CFN I samples with a high polymer content ([[phi].
Next you need a good adhesive with a high polymer content.
Good materials often have a high polymer content, meaning that they have lower levels of clay, carbon black and other inexpensive filler materials.

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